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DAP 33 ft. 1 qt. Window Glazing
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DAP

33 ft. 1 qt. Window Glazing

$7.98 /each

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The DAP '33' 1 qt. Window Glazing is a ready-to-use, knife-grade compound designed for interior and exterior use with metal and wood window sashes. The glazing adheres to the sash and the glass to form an airtight, watertight seal that resists sagging, shrinking, chalking and cracking. The formula stays flexible throughout minor expansion and contraction.

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  • Use on metal and wood window sashes to create an airtight and watertight seal
  • 1 container seals up to 50 sq. ft.
  • Dries clear and can be painted to match your decor
  • Resists mildew growth for durability
  • Withstands up to 100 lb. of hydrostatic pressure for optimal sealing
  • Dries to the touch in 168 hrs.
  • Requires only 2 coats to efficiently seal windows
  • Ready to use with no need for pre-mixing
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  • Online price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

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once i use the product can I set the windows up vertically in a corner to cure?

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I have 5 windows that I have replaced glass and then re-glazed. While I have the patience to wait it out I want to understand where is the best place to leave them now- can I stand them all up in a corner? Could I install them in the the space they are going and just paint when the time comes?
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you said to prime and paint as soon after application as possible Mike? what about the curing process? hu?
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September 1, 2016
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Thank you for posting your question. DAP '33' Glazing may still feel soft and may not have full adhesion even after it has skinned over and attained a firm set (7-14 Days). Accordingly, the sash should be operated carefully for approximately three weeks on the average. Glazing may still be damaged if sash is handled carelessly. Full adhesion will develop within two to four months, depending on job Read More
Thank you for posting your question. DAP '33' Glazing may still feel soft and may not have full adhesion even after it has skinned over and attained a firm set (7-14 Days). Accordingly, the sash should be operated carefully for approximately three weeks on the average. Glazing may still be damaged if sash is handled carelessly. Full adhesion will develop within two to four months, depending on job conditions. As to the paint guidance: DAP ‘33’ Glazing must be painted after it has skinned over and attained a firm set. Firm set is
typically demonstrated when a light finger touch to the surface does not leave a fingerprint. Firm set may occur in as little as 7 days after application, but more likely 2-3 weeks after application. Painting must be done only after firm set is achieved. When painting, use only (i) a high quality exterior-grade oil-based paint, or (ii) prime with a high quality oil-based primer and topcoat with a high quality exterior-grade acrylic-latex paint finish. The paint line must overlap onto the face portion of the glass, as well as the bedding area where the sash and glass meet.
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September 1, 2016
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Hi AJB,
You can apply the glazing at any time, and the window can be out of the opening or in the opening. Sometimes moving the window will result in the glazing being damaged and repairs required. The glazing should be primed and painted asap after application, this is assure the oils in the glazing do not dry out.
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How long can you wait to smooth out the glazing

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DAP '33' Glazing should be tooled (smoothed) immediately after application.
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Can a water based primer/paint be used after the glaze has fully cured?

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DAP '33' Glazing must be primed with an oil based primer prior to the application of a latex/water based finish.
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I painted glazing on new wooden storms not knowing that the glaze had not cured

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A carpenter is making new wooden storm windows for us. I painted the first batch with latex paint without problem. When I painted the glazing on the second batch, also latex paint, the paint dried in a cracked pattern. When we questioned the carpenter, he said he changed the glaze to one he liked better, oil based Dapp 33, which he said should dry 7-14 days.

What is the best thing to do now?
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Unfortunately there is no remedy for this issue. DAP '33' Glazing must be allowed to properly "skin" (surface dry) prior to the application of oil-based primers/paints. DAP '33' Glazing is not compatible with latex/water-based primers/paints.
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33 ft. 1 qt. Window Glazing is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 6 month dry time I've been glazing windows for 6 years now and I'm tired of hanging sashes taking them out later to paint. it's like the job is never done.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Like flour and water Had a difficult time applying it, possibly it was "old stock" the consistency was like flour and water and did not adhere well to the glass or oil base primer. I installed to 10 X 32' panes in a door with it. Comes back off very easy regardless of the pressure I used to apply it and it is very soft. I am in my 70's and have done this many times but possibly I missed something. It did get the job done but took three times as long as normal. I hope it sets up a little so I can paint it before the cold weather comes.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have and would use this product again Window glazing with DAP 33 takes some finesse, but if you practice your technique, you should have very nice results. My only "complaint" is that I don't like the long wait time before I can paint.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from consistent quality I just love these guys that review things when they're using it outside of its intended use. You can't glaze windows in sub freezing temperature and expect things to work the same as when it's 70° out. This product works perfectly and yes it takes time to set but you're not doing it again in 3 to 5 years. I have glazed windows in every weather condition imaginable and you have to use the right product for the right environment.
Date published: 2016-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No prize for this product! I have replaced broken windows in the past - before products were changed due to new EPA rules. This product did not set up in days, now it is weeks .I finally called the company from the 800 number on the back. The rep told me that it takes WEEKS to get a skin on it to paint it, and MONTHS to cure. If you need to repair and go (rental, sale, etc.), then go elsewhere.
Date published: 2016-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The only product for glazing windows This is the only product that I use to glaze windows. Whether they are steel or wood sashes. It takes a long time to set up but it will last 50+ years if you use it right. Wait a few weeks until it skins over and then prime and paint it. Make sure you paint it though. If you don't paint it at all it will dry out and crack. If you paint it too soon it will drip underneath the paint and look like it's running. I just wish Home Depot would carry gallons of it still.
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First Timer This is my first time ever glazing windows. Found it easy to use. Just make sure you buy the glazing tool with this product. It made the project go by easier for me. Although it took me three hours to do 1/2 of a window, by the time i got the hang of it, it was cake work. The drying process is longer then what I expected by the final product, looks good.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very hard to use in temps 50 degrees or under. This was awful to try to stick to the windows when 40 to 50 degrees outside. I will try another product to get my windows chalked during this Jan/Feb time of year to prepare my house for sale. I tried to apply it when it was 39 to 40 degrees in Jan and more came off than stayed on the window. Then Feb 2 we got a 50 degree day and it wasn't much better. I will get a tube of chalk and a chalk gun instead of this play dough like stuff that never really adhered well or dried fast in cold temps.
Date published: 2015-02-02
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